The 2300 block of Oak Street was full of police activity on Tuesday, April 16, for about three hours.
At about 8 p.m., officers learned that a man with an active warrant was in a residence on Oak Street. They also learned the man had a handgun.
A suspect who may be connected to a number of residential burglaries ranging from Denmark Township to St. Paul Park was stopped by police in Hastings today, March 11, near the Guardian Angels Apartments between Fourth and Fifth streets.
The Dakota County Sheriff’s Office has charged 19-year-old Isaac Lynn Matos Mulhern of Hastings with one felony count of assault in the second degree, one felony count of domestic assault by strangulation and two misdemeanor charges of domestic assault in connection with a Feb. 13 incident at a residence in Ravenna Township.
Hastings police responded to a hit-and-run incident at Hastings Middle School at 2:57 p.m. A driver reported his truck had been damaged while he was inside the school. A witness provided the suspect vehicle’s license plate to police, which showed the vehicle had been stolen from an auto repair business along South Frontage Road on Feb. 13. The vehicle had been parked in the business’s lot overnight for repair.
A female being booked the Dakota County Jail apparently tried to bring some methamphetamine with her. 43-year-old Kimberlee Jo Halvorson of Eden Prairie is facing charges of a controlled substance crime in the fifth degree (possession) and introducing contraband – drug/liquor into jail, prison following an April 23, 2012, incident.
Hastings Police have charged William Roger Moeller, 33, no permanent address, with terroristic threats, driving after cancellation, domestic assault and criminal damage to property in the fourth degree following a Jan. 6 incident at a Hastings residence.
A check of a vehicle registration by a Dakota County deputy in Hampton on Sept. 20 has resulted in a charge of aggravated forgery being filed against the driver, Wayne James Matier, 38, of Inver Grove Heights.
A 29-year-old Crystal man, Roosevelt Dewayne Rogers, faces a charge of a controlled substance crime in the fifth degree (possession) after a Dakota County deputy at the Dakota County Jail in Hastings found suspected cocaine in a small bag in Rogers’ clothing.
An inmate at the Minnesota Correctional Facility now serving a sentence in Faribault will be sentenced Jan. 16 after being convicted of conspiracy to murder Dakota County Attorney James Backstrom. Jurors reached a verdict Friday, Dec. 7, in the trial of John Stephen Woodward, 49. The jury found Woodward not guilty of conspiracy to commit first-degree assault against a witness in Woodward’s Dakota County criminal case in 2007.
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